Things to Do in San Diego: April 23-29
From street fairs to a chocolate festival, here are the 13 most interesting events this week
April 28: Linda Vista Multi-Cultural Fair & Parade
Bright, fragrant blossoms will bring artwork to life during the four-day Art Alive exhibit at San Diego Museum of Art, with live music, food, and art installations on display. Don’t miss the Bloom Bash kickoff party on April 27.
An exhibit from the Smithsonian Institution, Beyond Bollywood: Indian Americans Shape the Nation explores the heritage, experience, and diverse contributions of this cultural group at New Americans Museum (through 7/8).
Art Garfunkel performs his solo hits and other popular covers at Balboa Theatre.
New York artist Nancy Lorenz displays a collection of gilded pieces created for the San Diego Museum of Art exhibit Nancy Lorenz: Moon Gold (through 9/3).
Celebrate visual and performing arts when the weekend Mission Federal ArtWalk takes over 17 blocks in Little Italy.
The Linda Vista Multi-Cultural Fair & Parade promotes awareness and understanding of different cultures through exhibits, ethnic food, and artistic performances.
Stroll the two-day Encinitas Spring Street Fair along South Coast Highway 101 for international eats, children’s rides, live entertainment, and craft beer.
Embrace Hawaiian culture, arts, and athletics during the San Diego Shaka Fest at De Anza Cove, with activities both on and off the water.
San Diego Symphony presents music from Miles Davis’s 1959 hit jazz album Kind of Blue at Copley Symphony Hall.
Go walkabout for Adams Avenue Unplugged’s 100 free concerts on 30 stages.
Bring your furry friends aboard the Hornblower for the 17th annual Pet Day on the Bay, benefiting Helen Woodward Animal Center.
Step aboard various watercraft at the Maritime Museum of San Diego’s Chocolate Festival for culinary demos, sweet samples, pairings, and more.